DSM-5 And ICD-10 Are Here!
All mental health providers are transitioning from using ICD-9 codes to using ICD-10 codes for diagnosis and claims submissions. Of course, we've used DSM-5 for diagnoses for the past couple of years. To comply with the HIPPA-related mandates, mental health professionals must have have a strong understanding of the ICD-10-CM framework and the critical points of convergence, and divergence, between it and the DSM-5.
Below, we offer you three very popular courses to augment your DSM-5/ICD-10 knowledge. The highly-rated courses will help you to use both DSM-5 for diagnostic work and the new ICD-10 codes for your billing requirements.
The first course is a 2-hour video by Dr. Greg Neimeyer, an outstanding teacher and expert in both DSM and ICD. In his presentation, Dr. Neimeyer compares DSM-IV with DSM-5 and then he does a crosswalk with ICD-10-CM, which will prepare you for the October deadline. The next two courses focus on DSM-5 and the significant changes from its predecessor, DSM-IV-TR.
The three CE courses below help you correctly code and get paid for your work.
DSM-5 and the ICD-10-CM: Comparisons and Crosswalk - 3 Credits
This training program provides an overview of the ICD-10-CM at conceptual and practical levels, concentrating on its implementation and clinical application. In this video program Dr. Greg Neimeyer makes a point-by-point comparison of the ICD-10-CM with the DSM-5 in relation to many of the most common psychological disorders. Learn more...
DSM-5 - Friend or Foe? - 4 Credits
This course provides an extensive review of the DSM-5 and details how it is different from the DSM-IV. The program describes the new diagnostic categories and discusses their potential impact on clinical work. The course also addresses the impact of DSM-5 might have on clinical practice, especially reimbursement. Learn more...
Understanding the DSM-5 - 6 Credits
In this series of interviews, three experts, Toni Heinemann, DMH, Greg Neimeyer, PhD and Melissa Perrin, PsyD, discuss the details and implications of four important topics in the new DSM-5. Subjects include, Feeding and Eating Disorders, Personality Disorders, PTSD in Pre-school Children, and Depressive Disorders. Learn more...
Target audience: Psychologists, mental health counselors, marriage and family therapists, social workers, addiction counselors, nurses.
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